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O....of Low P. Our Great Surplus Clearing Sale.
COMMENCES Monday and will be continued for Six Days Only. We must clear out and rid ourselves of the Surplus
Stocks which have accumulated in all of the following departments. Experience has taught us that there is only one really
effective method of reducing stocks, namely-CUT PRICES. That's the never-failing broom that always sweeps clean and
clears off all surplus merchandise. This movement of stocks is imperatively necessary in view of the Mountains of Holiday Goods
that are being unloaded at our receiving doors daily. It is urgently needed, therefore, that the stocks below enumerated should
be disposed of in the time speclfied-"Six Days." The succeeding weeks will be devoted to the displ~ay of the grandest, richest,
most varied, and by far the most unique collection of IHoliday Gifts ever exhibited under one roof in any store west of the Mis
sissipi. Lqok at our Christmas Bulletin of prices, and reserve all your purchases.
Our Fur msetion commands the distiaotlon of bein the bee patronzled
sad tborefore the most popular For Department in the Northwest. The
values to be had is our Fur section this week will contribute Irgely to the
malatenanoe of IUt great prestige among the Lndies of Helens, sad the in
resseed sales which thi week's prices must lnduce, will further develop our
Fur trade and also s*visoa the most skeptices of our aokaowloedged pperl
ority as Furriers. This week's Fur retalllg will be memorable becaus of
the variety, quality, style, and more Important till, the prices, as Bands
Bros. ass to have a Fur hurrah.
Take Elevator to Fur Floor.
Heavy color proof Comfortables only
Fine Uilkaline Comfortables only N.
Rich Sateen !Lder Down Quilts only
Bil sale In Oloves. Poster Hook Kids
this week only No. Every pair war.
Scarlet Shaker Shlrting Ilannels,
Me a yard.
Plain. striped ad checked. Intache
wide, warranted all wool, reduced to
A full iane of Lades' and Misses' Un
derwear In all the improved inishings,
etc. Children's Vests and Pants this
Orders by flail will receive prompt attention. Sole agents for Ypsilanti Underwear.
POWER OF THE PRIES&
All Ameklan Newspapers Are Exluded
Washngton, Nov. 2.--The edict per
manently excluding all American news
papers from Turkey, announced by the
Assoclated Press cable from Constanti
nople, haa not yet been oficially cone
municated to the Turkilh legation here.
eIoretary Noriglan 3ffendl is In
charge of the legation during the ab
sence of Mr. Mavroyennl Bey. Mr.
Norigln expressed surprise that the
edict should have such scope as to be
a permanent exclusion to the American
pres. and he thinks the report may
prove overdrawn In this respect. There
Is a IreM censorship in Turkey, he
says, similar to that conducted in most
European countries. A press bureau is
maintained by the government for the
purpose of reading all papers and se'.
Ing that the press laws are observed.
There are daily papers at Constanti
rcple and elsewhere throughout Tur
key conducted In accordance with the
press laws, which are designed to give
the government proper protection
against Internal assaults. Mr. Norig
tan says such laws and censorshps are
common throughout Europe and are
in mar'ked contrast with the lack of su
per'vliion and censorship In the United
BupeirlenDent roous, u or. u
foreign mail service, says that it Is an
agre(ement by all nations In the unl
v,:rsal portal union that any nation
can exclude any mail which the ,ov-.
ernment deems detrimental to its inter
ests. At the stae department no quesa
tion Is taised as .to the nuthority ";f
the Tdrksh government taking the a,'
tVon Indicated. In the case of Turkey,
the reason of the order of exclusion is
doubtless to be found in the fact that
the American papers at present abound
with long articles descriptive of :he
outrage's alleged to have been perpe
trate.d on the Armenians. and reporta
of mass mnrtings held by the arti,.S
Arnsnla.lln agents In the t'nlted Stat-.
to protest against these atrocitile. So
far ias lie Armenlane themselvecr; are
concerned, our government cant do
nothing for them, no matter how much
disposed it may he to alleviate the
furtunes of those native Christians. The
great lI:uropean powers are bound Iby
treaty to protect them, and they will
unquestionably strongly resent any in
terfernce by the Unilted States in tho
line of Purgestions as to their duty In
lye a secret In my heart es
A tale I would Impart.
If you'd even fairer tbe
You must lnways use Park's Tea
The Improvemeant you will see.
--old by I'Parhen-D'Acheul Drug Co.
StLIke Situation Unchanged.
W'ardner. Ida., Nov. hi.--The strlke situ
ation remainn uinchanged. Secretary
Murphy mays at wro.n Impresslon has uolne
out relative to the union's demands. "All
we ask." he aild, "*lt that non-union men
he dlisharged. There Is no c.ontrove\ray
over wages." It is rumored tn-nigrh that
a telegram was received this eveulnn
from officers of the company to shult
down Indefinitely. Manager Bradley re.
fused to confirm or deny the rumor.
Ca'tarrh is a resntlituloto l dislse,.
oodl's Rarsaparillla Is the remtnedy. It
No Row Between Them.
Washlnlaon, Nov. S1.-Nothlng in known
officially here oi the reported trouble. hb
tween Italy and trsail, which I said to
have reachdlt .tphaase a ut tUhat Italy
has threatened to aend a leet to ltrazil
t' enforce her demands.
A cup of Park's Te, at night moves the
howels In the morning without pain or
disemfort. It Is a great health giver
and blood purifier. Sold by Purhen
D'Ahee.l Drug C9o
Heavy Paney Blder Downs, suitable
for Bath Robes and Children's Cloaks,
reduced from ILK and LI per yard, to
97 c Yard.
Cheap Lace. In all colors and very
Thompson's, Warner's and d. B. on
sale this week at special prices.
Full slse, good quality, per pair, only
Extra else and quality .,
INFLAMATN ,¢ GLADDER. AD
GALL I/D7ItY D/SEA 1-S.
osreM..'Ash Db Cm sgash
Mod(., HdNww ylr
First NationaI Bank
HuL3A. KOYTAl .I
Paid Up Capit al....... ....*50.000
Surplus and Proflts....... 00,000
Designatt. Depository of tb.
Imtuet atlowed so ttm. depuiti. OAmeml
tanking busing. treoaacteJ. tist,tg
deposit boss$ for el
.. T. ItAUPIt... Psiu....... ell~
J. CIU('UI IN . Vlce.Pres~danb
Ubu. W. aI lit ........... -- · Uslrr
F. T N. N*. 8 N(
A. J. ayru. L W. KnifbS.
yarmgt' ULIi. . NU.. Ho itiso.
J.U. cu(u $$ .a ol oh
)Inr hul~ L Ik(C
A eerst !tas
First National Book. Misomla.
Iimft atnea1l keak. iwat.
c -- It.; --
M rcharnts National
SANK OF uEL-NA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid in Capital - $ 5350,000
Surplus and Undivied Profits 1 70,000
L. il, Vh iirtLl)........ ... . rIldn .5
A. A.0.ih&¶laI i D .........vii deml
T. RP IOWMAN L..............l. A rs.Ide
Iuroet llwed on ,leealle mled feor a .e.
Ttmerhlme ý Mil mcd. by telaap.
.ti e e d* Ie t prfl:hlli itel at the
Ulll Stas and Na nell
louas for ret at * *' ', "*to" oru G s s
ted `Iiar arnms' to
Any and all persons Indebted to me, a
assignee of the Helena Steam Heatlng
and Supply company, are hereby notified
that all accounts must be settled before
Dec. 1. 1at. MY address Is Jackson Musl.
FRANK 1). DOLIVER,
Ausignoe of Helena Steam Ueating and
10 pleos. all wool Ladlbe' Cloth,
black sad all solo., stylish mate
9 pio es Ladies' Cloth, atra fin
lIb, is our regular $1 quality, this
7 piecae ine Broadoloth, all
shade., also blacks, usual price $1.25,
this week only 87e.'
8 plsee Fneach Broadelotb, all
shade., also blacks, regular prioe
$175, will be sold this week at $1.6.
9 phoes .tri. fle grade Broad.
oloth, blaoke sad all colors, reduced
from W.74 must go this week for
Our 5.00 grade of blaeks oely 26.
Our $3.75 grade of bleks only (2O
Our $660 grade of blasek only $4 20.
New Sllks Just arrved. New Bilks
for Waists; New Silks for Evening
Dresses; New Shades in Crepe do
ChMne; Remnants and odd lots of Silks
Turkish Towels, two for
File Damask Towels, el
The JIelene Jational
DAE VI Elf3Uh, UOfl
ORGANIZED SEPT. 1, t$90.
aaaoWota Ogaml Danklag Bull.
tkw, Jlk. ad ladlrflar ý ciY.
YY)··m tterY r·~ll '
ýLv .......!.. Wyatt
,N. '.sl..M4 "
THE THOMAS CRUSE
MY~IIW DU 01 NELIDA
InoorpereWo undae t Laws o5
PAID III OAPITAL, $100,000.
O=X~E~Ek I L Cream,
w.. . Qu oaJ. Mw am
rl~ r rt ~mr os r. ,,, rl
Allows Ig ..t lnternet em Usilop Degeite.
temtps.uase Jaamat1 ".d Jul1%
14 aeond wea~l mass mowtpge
1>"M s · ad shy bosJs d .uk..
k gohm anral arnce. wrntg
sat"d/ IY a s~s lipwh Al,.s
oMeeda eveadlao Itm tol(
M ortana J'atioral
I ANZ 01 HELENA. MONT.
CAPITAL PAID IN $600,000.
TIIO. A." MAR .... ml.~
........................ . 'uhl
I............. ....AaN. Coal"
ý.14A.C I V. G·!rras+.
IL G. Ford.
Ge·meslruLnahn ''. .... '"'"
A m-tlr --
BANK Or FhLLENA.
T. r. 'OW·.. .. Pr · at
A. J S3CLIIUMAN ..............V.".tn
T. 13'.OMNN... J. ..Il.....
A. C. Eowa.A, Ja. hiams.l
A aC.. h Ira .rw.
latmoil aflasad m time daý"Imaa. 1absha.
I..urt os p~isoloal ltl.. at t h, UattrJ NIItrr
lastedun e~m lto p ad ciia of I U
No. 4 oolornd Batin Ribbon., per.
hIot edge, eta, in pink, blue. light
blue, navy, oardinal, garnet, brown,
tan, oerise, green, myrtle, white,
oream and orange, only
sc A YARD.
No. 5 Io all the aboveshados, only
sc A YARD.
No. 7 in all the above shades, only
sc A YARD.
No. 9 colored Satin Ribbons, per
feet edges, eta, in orange, cream,
white, myrtle, green, oreeson, teIe,
browns, garnets, cardinals, navy,
light blure, blue and pink, only
loc A YARD.
No. 12 in all the above shabdes,
ioc A YARD.
No. 16 in all the above shadoe,
o oc A YARD.
The cheapost lot of Rilbons ever
Flfty-four inch Turkey Red Damask,
per yard, only
German Upen Damask, isxty-Inch
cream, this week, per yard,
In Jet Goods of every oonoetvable style
of tritMa.mn prices this week very low.
Sale and Exchange.
Aa Impr sd rsa. this. uIIMft" Whit*
R5@ta ww is ms ItwrjOst
A r mn estsmrata. .
"I 1 rst1 .t 170 notes in the Biterob
6003 1 uarnYariat to .o~oo4 rnsbcroob
am o us,.se r. flair. bairn. saa cir1r
M.1MW~rt1W u,54 r teeS U6116510 reat l
i~ t ts turn abosat týhr..aae. Will take
.oal w~rY $00 ma* o will
: oo·dw' 9 d .took.t
UIe.s'tsp houms of o.this room.; 100 hear
Ing as.4sa m putg so Y 10 as b 1j1 i
A ego oe mol tO .mall lot rYd
a a/.smr ltma two grae ni. o ss
A mM rt u .ats~. of SOv ue~d-.food 16oom'1
lap collaprt val~ pirnmbinr. the. ~-oa
sottoafAm a mmrs-ruoe . dsJIlall@
rot trCI: s eed tlPd~ O.
west refto ld . sstrsdro
51.11.-Albaetlvs usm-room dwlllng, poa
r7the s slmws. rgilor. oituwage. b..bi as
we m!. ows1' "toa syamna ai on. Wook
from ea u dowa. per Souit.
1 I' we . tyreo ea - Ihth Sloase, se0'
.Lil lime iiSp doews
S.1W-ýAh st root idoellls with sene, lot
Qumits pessps. In lamp gtlch foe eals.
ROUSES FOR IY.LT.
5sN-Msdsr 0l--oom dwsUlla. bath and
"0u 5 es-u:-oomti welInc with bath. em
3.ooms hrst, Imnlaubsd and uturnleshd.
MA THESOUN c CO
In the district coulr of the First judiilal
district of the state of Montana. In and
for the county of .Le.wl nnd ('larke.
louisa llanlchalrd. Ilnttiff, v. I.hlney
S. Itlanehard, defillndant.
The state of iotItauin seitndsl gretlng to
the above named defendant:
You are hereby reqluirudt tio nlapear Iln
an letton brought agilllst you lly the
shove named plaintiffn IiI the dilrcIt lrtlt
of the Plrrst judliial dlstrlIt of thet state
of Montana,. In and for the olult) of LewIs
andl c'lark., andl to a wee the comllplaint
filei therein.,witht l t I .it ~ liexhlult ve of
the day of service) after the " .-e:Ie tion
you of this punnllolrn, it 1erved'l withllllln
this countliy; or, if ervet. ni oif Itb 'it un
ty. but within this lintrvtl.. withlin tiwellty
days,t otherwise, withhl I'ortt i.at., ir
Julgment by deault wtlll te ti aken IMlilnt
ihatlals of matrimony ei. Illll betweenttl ilhl
phihitll andi the It r.'li n.4t tit I the
oullllld of esertion of t1ii u lttf , u tif n to th,
sill ideftr dant eve.r : 'ii Ih i lt . 'v of
(u 1 hler, 1I11, and antnu1 ltr.1 I l' tho" u llh I t ,
tlht three minor chlllth .il to thit ituhllllfn .
AnIl you are herilt "ittlied that If t -io
fIll to appear and tlllimwer' II1i' the it ml I 'oi
lainItl, lP albl VIe reIqlulh , the nlnhl plat.l
lift will apply to the ,oint fitl the 'rel'let
dlll manlde int the compl'Ilin
;:iven ulnder mty hntll and Ithe tunl of
the dllstrlt oqurt of the I'tIrt t 1Jitttlhal dli
trlit of the slate oit llNtlllaln , in nuit fI) r
Ithe' county of liwis IandI t'ltrke. , thin I:.lh
ilay of November. in Ihoe ytiti of our
Loird, one thousandl., ight hndell d u nitI
JOHllN IIIAN, Clerk.
Ity O. 0. PRIIIMAN. Deputy ('lerk.
\'alsiL & .uewman, attorIeys for plain
LADIES--. . Days Olearig BSale of Cloaks means a mountain of selling
at Sands Bros. This Mid-Season Bale of asbhionable Jackets at the prices
we offer this week marks quite a sensational period in the Cloak trade. We
want the space for Holiday (Goods and bence the outgoing of Chinchilla
Reefers, Prince Albert K.erse Coste, and the latest style In (olf Capes with
Tsrtan plaid lining to bood and other novel effots. All will go at those
bettered down prices. Mimes' Cloaks will be an important item in the his
Days 8ale The prioae must lafluenoe a rapid clesriag of those very
suitable Miss..' G(rmente.
Take Elevator to Cloak Floor.
Ladles' Fine Black Home, all wool,
this week, five pairs for
Heavy Winter Socks In fast colors,
two pairs for
Originators of Low Prices.
?N9~ ~~~- 2O-SA -SeI~ , em.
r Malerr Iretr /re."
M r eIr M rre
LOST ENE ROY *f
MEN *uM ll ..kg wai oh rtIm gI...%Of m' I
OR WOMEN. I'~" ý ,11 MRU s "YUS~. Agmie qeigg, U..
MIIN I1.tCO IItb.*ss. t.eNw
It ABSOLUTELY pt re vubppty,
and Ituurre perfect safety sad ort
hors. and drlier.
shod with tQ 111 '4 jsnll r a
fee'. aralwa) In good con -peW=pe
b not having to ooatauetly NW lrS
aboe. for sharpelncng.
The CALKS are REMOVABL,
Stcee-Centecrd and SELP-SHAIfPINI1G
When worn out new Cathk can be wlly I.
acrted without removing slhoes, paving an
Immense amount of time usuahll lost at the
On rcealj't of postat will mail ftt. car i..
OhlLe. ready tobena led on, fur traleed
this winter at very low pries.,
Nicola & bean, St. Paul, Mtnn.. ant
?Ilnneapoll Iron Store Co.. Hlinneapollis
Minn.. Gencral Agentsa for the North.
PA IKF tiltFS I' Y I'll .i.5 will. redutce
your ivclght 1bIt MANKNTI.Y frout 1i to
IS Ioun.lr a mn.nth. NcO ST AI(\ I NO.
stilte no r it, u-v, NI) P'1' Il1.21 'IT . Thei'
bttuid~ upthe h' ltltan it hIwaullfy tho corn
I'ht'uni Itt.le'at't NI) tltl NKlJl?$ or flit.
Iittcsn HTt11t1' Alit 'i0l INS anII Itficult
Irenttin tat-~h rrli'tI Nit I :XI'ISItii
tii:Ni r, brit it u u 'tittlr t.11 l IahhtIV f roller.
it opt i otnly aft or )'Para of a $ p.rfrncc
All orders aupplle l liroet fr 'm 0ta ofti'
I'. 12 pae'kuga. ir, It i'",packaua t.'r
$.. Iby Mall luatitabI. 'l'*at Ittolar s anlt
Iarllt'uiars (aelacI) 2".
All '.trrehiltofldeit.ite Nrlcti'onfid'ental.
PARlK ItPRMlRY COl) It it, NI mm
set u. v baAs, n a Ir
I.w*r~n -c. twou
Fine Wear-rerhltlng 9-4 Sheeting. full
bleach, per yard, only
199 Marselles Bed lpreadal tis
1e juta oidr old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription-in wrater!
We have ihcm In this shape
simply for their hanidiness.
1IlPArs T~tnULyS rn, lik. an
Kns1lui aoinoanj owes his 1.1 na't
IIE 11s a rt lupuiellg I'.
VATrL 5 do this fo.r You.
Conetitpaeu~, Dizziness N......
ilyspagele mud MaL.Piutrvttl
aFl yield to *lpean Tabulm.
A. L Prescoil
Me, ad Cimib
ROYAL Ts "t ROYAL
~IA .,sc, male
cure I(or nup
and a .aine P tUiA ,yl o
~~UPe In I 03* 3041I.
aM lenaeiftgal .~c wi~
For sale by lops Cnnor, l; l